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21 days ago

AVP Human Resources Business Partner

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

include: • Work closely with the respective Senior Leadership Team members to learn their respective business visions and organizations; serve in a… Sun Life Financial

21 days ago

Associate Director - Human Resources Business Partner

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

• Partner with the HR Business Partner and other HR Leaders in managing large size business unit specific and cross-functional HR projects. May also… Sun Life Financial

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Sun Life CEO Dean Connor
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58 Ratings

    Was a great place to work until the life insurance division went down the tubes

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Wellesley, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Wellesley, MA

    I worked at Sun Life full-time for more than 5 years


    Excellent benefits, competitive pay, is accessible via public transportation, and offered (the past tense being emphasized) opportunities to grow and build a career. The people with whom I worked were some of the most hardworking, friendly, and cooperative co-workers that I've ever met. Overall the environment used to be positive and geared toward productivity.


    Due to a constant shifting of upper level management over the past four years and those individuals' business decisions, the overall mood of the company changed from "we're a team" to "it's every man for himself." Another frustrating thing is that, for many positions, once you're employed there is a freeze in terms of moving to other jobs or department, sometimes lasting two years. The regulation is understandable, but stifling all the same.

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    Attempt to recruit some new blood in hopes of rebuilding some of the positivity from the past, because many of the employees are still jaded and unhappy.

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